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Bloomberg
Dec 5, 2013 5:00pm EST
a property here. >> what has been the relationship of his image to the a.n.c., the african national congress. >> as before, he is definitely the biggest name, the biggest figure to come out of the a.n.c. he was the one who in the 40's formed the a.n.c. youth league. he then radicalized the a.n.c. and convinced the a.n.c. to pursue a program of sabotage against the apartheid government. he has always been the person everyone looks to. in his later years, he has faded. he has not had the presence to lead the organization anymore, but he has always been the point of reference. he has always been the one anyone would refer to if they the moral high ground, or if they wanted to talk about the direction of the country. >> now, is there a divide we need to understand when we think about south africa that still exists economically as well as educationally and socially? >> there has been a huge divide in south africa. south africa remains a very unequal society. white south africans on average earn six times more than the average black south africans. there is a huge racial component to all of this.
Bloomberg
Dec 6, 2013 5:00pm EST
, which was always the goal of the anc. and whether one is from nigeria or tanzania or closer to home, mozambique, across africa people rallied behind the anc in that struggle. i think president mandela stood for freedom, and he now stands for integrity and perseverance. the continent needs to move towards that in terms of the next phase of the struggle, which is political freedom has been achieved now. economic freedom is necessary. >> speak a little about your own experience in relation to the perspective of nelson mandela, particularly when it comes to nonviolent protest, and in violence in africa, as well is the work you have done combating aids in africa. >> i really respect president mandela, again, because of his conviction. he was a person who started as he did, in terms of nonviolent struggle against apartheid regime, and at some point he realized the level of repression of the national party required a more robust response, which was moving towards arms struggle. leader likefound a erk who could negotiate with the national party that was now ready after the mass demonstratio
Bloomberg
Dec 6, 2013 4:00am EST
of reaction from friends. , manyiends from the anc of whom were in prison with him. they are really paying tribute did topast and what he make south africa the nation it is today. so far it is a quiet, somber mood. people are doing their best to highlight what he did for the country. well on the positives. >> happens next? -- what happens next? >> always know so far and this is from state tv broadcast is flown tobody has been militia hospital. we are expecting an announcement shortly telling us what the funeral arrangements will be. when everything will take place. i suspect a lot of international leaders will start arriving in the country for the funeral and we are expecting a rather long process where the nation will reflect on his life and there events lots of culminating in a few days time. >> thank you so much for all of that. we will keep on crossing live to johannesburg for the paris latest. back. the office at goldman sachs joins us with more on nelson mandela's impact on the country. >> a number of big stories to focus on. later today we will get the u.s. jobs reports. our markets
Bloomberg
Dec 6, 2013 1:00am EST
the roadshow in the 1990's when he was released from with very also spoke difficult people that were very anc at that time and he managed to get them on his side. some of them into government. >> he would go and have conversations. it was not a fight. >> did he appear in the foot bill world. football world cup? >> yes, it was very brief. what was interesting about the world cup was that we were very skeptical as whether south africa was going to be able to host it. we were waiting for them to announce. we are definitely going to be hosting the world cup, there is no way. he made the effort to arrive. am sure the changes the last minute when they saw him. >> a big draw, for clock today. can put out the favorites. the articles are a lot more balanced than the title might suggest that it is a strong ja drop. >> the england manager says emma put a bet on england. -- says to put a bet on england. >> "countdown" continues in the second hour. >> these statements have not been evaluated. thank you for watching. if you are suffering fm
Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2013 8:00am EST
. risk on is pretty much the theme this morning. the s&p 500 is within spitting ance of setting another record high. a stronger dollar would be lower gold prices, but gold has already lost 26% in terms of the u.s. dollar this year. joining me now with a look at what the charter thing about where it is headed from here is greg bender who used to trade oil futures. there are short-term considerations and long-term considerations when you look at chart. trap had a classic bear about which happens when you get below a certain level of and it can only stay down there for a day or two to and then immediately rally back up. we will the catching a lot of short-term traders short. now in the january futures, we're back above the 200 day moving average. a long-term trend line that we had been back above for a while. trades isnd line with what to watch. >> does that mean that the short-term traders are changing their positions as well? >> they can have the ability to move in and out pretty quickly. they put on their most bullish bets than july. bythese are being driven data questions, and the bett
Bloomberg
Dec 6, 2013 3:00pm EST
he was released from prison at his home. withs my husband in 1986 theer tonbo who was heading a.n.c. when nelson was in prison. but when you went to south was likeen, it futilism. it was hard to explain to americans and others throughout how utterly devastated beingsority of the human who lived in south africa were. back in when i went 1998, which was about four years the first re-election, a friend of mine invited me to out on to the beach. and i had never stepped on the beach before because it had "whites only" and i didn't feel capable of stepping -- and walking on to beach, it was like shields were lifted from my eyes because to see the been able beauty of capetown before. families, muslim families, asian families, white families running on the beach. to nelson mandela. >> absolutely. >> pretty incredible. liberations. >> thank you so much to our entire panel. bright, selloake hatang. we'll be back after this break. >> all this week we've been talking about bubbles in housing, stocks, i.p.o.s. but there's one bubble that's, perhaps, bigger than the rest. bitcoin, the value of th
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